On 09/29/2010 05:45 PM, Bernhard Dippold wrote:
If they insist on keeping the trademark given to Sun Microsystems becau
se the community hadn't an entity to claim violations and abuse,
I seriously doubt that Oracle will donate the trademarks to Document
Selling them is a possibility, but the price would probably be for
whatever OOo, as an independent company, would sell for.
As such, all planning should be done on the basis that the project has
been rebranded to LibreOffice.
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